A wounded Manchester City head to head to Wembley to face Tottenham Hotspur, having lost their last three matches in all competitions.
Liverpool dumped Pep Guardiola’s team out of the Champions League in ruthless fashion, while Manchester United produced a stunning second-half comeback to win the derby and delay City’s title party.
Even if City win at Wembley, they have to wait and see if United lose to West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford on Sunday before they can be crowned champions.
But Spurs mean business, and Mauricio Pochettino’s are unbeaten in 14 league games, since losing 4-1 to City in the reverse clash in December.
Tottenham are on a six-game winning streak too, while the Manchester side have lost their last two visits to Spurs.
Harry Kane has been the talk of social media this week having had last week’s disputed goal versus Stoke City finally credited to him after appeal.
The England international is chasing down Mohamed Salah for the Golden Boot, but is four goals behind the Liverpool ace.
As for City, it remains to be seen if Pep Guardiola chooses Sergio Aguero, Gabriel Jesus or neither striker to start up front. The Spaniard has opted for all three in recent weeks.
Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane have arguably been the Blues’ most threatening players of late, anyway.
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